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Big Blend Radio: Sculptor Hal Stewart in Chaco Canyon

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On this episode of Big Blend Radio, award-winning and acclaimed southwestern bronze sculptor Hal Stewart discusses his work and career, as well as his artist-in-residence experience at Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Tanya Ortega - Founder of National Parks Arts Foundation, and Nathan Hatfield – Chief of Interpretation at Chaco Culture NHP, also join in the discussion. See Hal's art on NationalParkTraveling.com. 

The National Parks Arts Foundation (NPAF) is the only nationwide non-profit providing Artist-in-Residence Programs (AiR), Workshops, Exhibits and Museum Loans uniquely in cooperation with National Parks, National Monuments, State Parks, World Heritage Sites and other park locations. Comprising of eleven beautifully preserved pueblos or ceremonial structures, Chaco Canyon is the premier site to experience the amazing and mysterious Chacoan culture. Located in northwest New Mexico, this beautiful and isolated complex is the historical trace of the sacred ancestral culture to many of the existing pueblos of the Southwest. 

Music featured on this episode is “Chaco” from the album “12 X 6” by the Tall Men Group.